Star Trek: Enterprise
- 4 Seasons
Star Trek Enterprise rolled a step back into the 22nd century for this series. New Earth showed its initial venturing into the new era of Star Trek Enterprise, and spiraled into the future with a new crew and a host of new actors. The ship evolved from a line of gallant star searchers, acquired a new Captain and a new mission. Serving the galaxy this Enterprise explores all the strange new planets of the solar system, carrying a limited amount of crew members led by Captain Jonathan Archer, portrayed in the series by Scott Bakula. This ship took a spin back in time while the predecessors carried a crew that was equal to a small community. The ship that carries this crew is a prototype with beginning warp speed and no shields. The crew of this Star Ship is diversified with a range of crewmembers. Progressively the second in command is a woman, a highly intelligent Vulcan by the name of T' Pol played by Jolene Blalock. Star Trek Enterprise swept up the distinction of giving audiences high definition presentations. The 22nd generation idea was set in the futuristic era of New Earth. Other stars of this series were, Anthony Montgomery in the role of Travis Mayweather, John Billingsley staring as Dr. Phlox, Dominic Keating as Malcom Reed and Connor Trinneer as Trip. Fans enjoyed the adventures of this crew with the zest of searching their Futuristic World. The ship zooms across the galaxy visiting planets, some with a resemblance to Earth, others uniquely different. The Captain keeps a down to earth attitude but stays firm. The show has earthlike cities mixed with the structures of other worlds. Diversified groups of leaders work hard to cooperate in governing the Universe. This show with its talk of Cleon's, plasma coils and Romulans is filled with curiosities. The ships internal design is comparable to an enlarged submarine, with the outer core look of the original Star Ships. The storyline relates strange worlds close to human nature, showing the idea of different languages and a dream of better technology.